3 edition of Yokuts texts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -108).
|Statement||edited by Geoffrey Gamble.|
|Series||Native American texts series ;, 1, Native American texts series (Berlin, Germany) ;, 1.|
|LC Classifications||PM2681.Z77 Y64 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||93039338|
Get this from a library! Yokuts. [Katie Lajiness] -- This title introduces readers to the Chickasaw people. Text covers traditional ways of life, including social structure, homes, food, art, clothing, and more. Also discussed is contact with Europeans. Yokuts were originally thought to be a distinct linguistic family but are now considered a part of the large Penutian family. They occupy the entire floor of San Joaquin Valley of central California from the mouth of the San Joaquin River to the foot of the Tehachapi Mountains and adjacent to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada range, up to an altitude of a few thousand feet. Their environment.
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Yokuts definition, a member of a North American Indian group of small tribes speaking related dialects and occupying the San Joaquin Valley of California and the adjoining eastern foothill regions. Nearly all the Valley Yokuts are extinct; some foothill groups remain. See more. QUOTES FROM A HISTORY TEXT BY DR. JOHN ANDERSON. ON THE TEJON INDIAN RESERVATION The book called The Piercing of the Yokut Shield tells the story of the defeat of the Yokut Indians in California's central valley, and how the victory of the invading Americans troops quickly led to the surrender of the previously independent Tejon Indians. This website focuses on the second part of the book.
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68 Yokuts Texts Pursuit of a dead wife This material is from pages in book 6 of Newman's texts where it is titled "The Man Who Followed His Wife".
In this text, Newman differentiated the plain and aspirated stops by using capital letters for the plain stops and lower case letters for aspirated stops.
Yokuts Texts (Native American Texts, Vol 1) by Goeffrey Gamble (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Texts Folk tales (texts) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yokuts texts.
Berlin ; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Yokuts texts book. The latest book from Brewer's Historical Press, in Exeter, is one that anyone interested in local history and Native American culture must have.
The Handbook of Yokuts Indians, the classic reference text for scholars studying area Indians, as well as collectors, has been re-released with Yokuts texts book whole new by: This book is a must for anyone who is interested in the history of Central California and the Sierra.
Brewer's edition is beautiful, clear, easy to read and wonderfully illustrated with photographs of Native people. It competes favorably with Kroeber's text, having more detail presented in an accessible text.
Five stars by: Yokuts, formerly known as Mariposa, is an endangered language spoken in the interior of Northern and Central California in and around the San Joaquin Valley by the Yokuts speakers of Yokuts were severely affected by disease, missionaries, and the Gold descendants of Yokuts speakers currently number in the thousands, most of the constituent dialects are now extinct.
Yokuts, also called Mariposan, North American Indians speaking a Penutian language and who historically inhabited the San Joaquin Valley and the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada south of the Fresno River in what is now California, U.S.
The Yokuts were traditionally divided into tribelets, perhaps as many as 50, each having a dialect, territory, and name of its own.
Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Presents information about the Native American tribe known as Yokuts, describing their history, clothing, food, social roles, hunting customs, religious beliefs, and decline in the nineteenth century after encounters with European settlers.
Seller Inventory # FLT ONLINE Yokuts text and material from Idaho Pete in course 3, anthropology, Jan to May, Barrett, S.A. (researcher); Idaho Pete (consultant).
California Language Archive. The Yokuts occupied a strip about miles long in the central San Joaquin valley and a smaller strip of the eastern foothills that rise along the southern half of the valley. The Yokuts are sometimes divided into the Southern Valley Yokuts, the Northern Valley Yokuts, and the Foothill Yokuts.
Cultural Contact And Linguistic Relativity Among The Indians Of Northwestern California written by Sean O'Neill and has been published by University of Oklahoma Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on with History categories.
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The Handbook of Yokuts Indians, produced especially for Table Mountain Rancheria, the classic reference text for scholars studying area Indians, as well as collectors, has been re-released in with a whole new look.
Yokuts traditional narratives include myths, legends, tales, and oral histories preserved by the Yokuts people of the San Joaquin Valley and southern Sierra Nevada foothills of central California. Yokuts narratives constitute one of the most abundantly documented oral literatures in the state.
They clearly belong to the central California tradition. The text book is considered by many historians as the most accurate and thorough account of the lives of the Yokuts tribes. The handbook covers a multitude of topics such as the various Yokuts tribes, tribal customs, dress and communication, artistry, and language and names.
With original copies long lost and the subjects long passed, Pietroforte just released his second edition of the book with fresh title, "Yokuts and Paiute Songs and Culture." The reprisal of Pietroforte's text comes at an interesting time for local Native Americans.
"There is now a resurrection of culture." Pietroforte said. The Yokuts Indians were originally considered a distinct linguistic family but have now been made a part of the large Penutian stock. Yokuts – The name for “person,” or “people,” in many of the dialects of the group. Also called: Mariposan, a name derived from Mariposa County, and applied to the stock to which these people were originally assigned by Powell.
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This resource is one of a series of short expository texts that are lively, student-friendly and aligned with Common Core. Students learn about the location, ancient history, culture, technology, resources, beliefs, governme.First Edition 2nd issue. First Ed 2nd issue (bear state books) A good copy in original green cloth flat signed and dated by Latta.
Covers have general but fairly light soiling. Extremes have some light rubbing. A marginal tear about 4 inches long to p. The tear doesn't come near the actual text. Endpaper maps text pages clean and Price: $This title introduces readers to the Yokuts people. Text covers traditional ways of life, including social structure, homes, food, art, clothing, and more.
Also discussed is contact with.